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Disks and Mass Storage
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Disks and Mass Storage
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I have an iso file also and I managed to open it with Undisker...a piece of software that I found on google search.
See if that helps
There is a software Named PowerIso or MagicISo
All Of You Can Open .ISO files , .Bin and ...
i just downloaded a software program to help with my uni study. its a human anatomy and physiology cd. its one big iso file and ive managed to unzip its contents but how do i burn it to disc as though it was just bought off the shelf?? do i put all the files that were unzipped on the disc or is there something else i need to do?
I have DVd's with video images - I'm trying to import them so I can edit them. Windows Movie Maker doesn't recognize them so I downloaded them onto my computer - still no luck. They saved as ISO files. Now what? They play just fine in Windows Media Player.
I had to format my PC, before that my ISO files appeared like ABCDEF.ISO; right now after the format they appear as a RAR file so my questions here how do I do to put the things the way they were? and sorry my ignorance about it; is this a real problem?.
I appreciate your help. Thanks
i have a psp and i have been trying to put games on it. but i think i need an iso file. how can i get an iso file without makeing a cd? do i have to put it on a cd? i dont want to put it on a cd.
I recently download a game with 20 iso files. how do you combine all the individual iso files (20 files)for the game to work or is the a way to install the game using the 20 iso files? I can't open the iso file with winzip. any other software i can use
Thanks a lot
used winrar to open the iso file. This was a good explanation
haha,,,i thought it was something im not gonna open my file coz its iso...u simply need 7zip.i already have it and i didnt know that i can open iso files here ,lol
Thank You!! This helped a lot. Expecially the 7 Zip part thanks!
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